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36 Love Stories: A unique collection of stereotype breaking tales of passion


Prowess Publishing
January 17, 2019

Book Details

36 Love Stories is an attempt to break the stereotypes that cluster around the emotion called love. Love has no one definition and it can't be limited to only one dimension of teenage love or conjugal love. It can be very ordinary, fleeting and yet a fragment of our soul. This 'anthology' is a collection of such short stories based on a common theme - Anything, any activity, any person or living being that/who makes life passionate and meaningful. To be all inclusive this book should be better named as Infinite Love Stories but isn't love infinite in it qualitatively? To ponder more on such questions - let's embark on a journey to discover the infiniteness of love contained in our finite passionate tales.

Author Description

Himanshu Ranjan is a poet. He studied Petroleum Engineering from IIT (ISM) and currently trains medical aspirants as a chemistry lecturer. Himanshu has also spent a year studying Liberal Arts and Leadership at the Young India Fellowship of the Ashoka University. He has explored India through a 15-day long entrepreneurial train journey called 'Jagriti Yatra.' He has a deep inclination towards science and spirituality. In his dreams, he imagines a better and caring world where India is leading from the front. He hopes, with time he might be able to evolve his writing that can touch the readers' collective spirits.

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